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95bFM's long-running green issues feature Green Desk, with Lilly Peacocke.
This week on the Green Desk, Conor Mercer speaks to Auckland University's Mark Costello about new research into the effect of ocean warming on reefs.
On the Green Desk this week with Jack Marshall speaks to Zoe Doubleday, a research fellow at the University of Adelaide about her study of snails living in acidic environments.
On the Green Desk, Jack talks with Dr Shane Lavery from the University of Auckland about the benefits of fish reserves.
On the Green Desk this week with Jack Marshall, we hear from Dr Alexander Harwood Taylor, a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Auckland, who’s been studying how intelligent birds use ‘play’ in order to learn.
On the Green Desk this week with Jack Marshall speaks to Essie Rodgers, a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California who's looking at how baby crocodiles will be affected by climate change.
On the Green Desk this week, we have our new host Jack Marshall. As climate change increases, there will be both benefits and costs to New Zealand’s agricultural industries.
Jack spoke to Dr Glen Creasy, a Senior Lecturer in Viticulture at Lincoln University in Christchurch is looking at how New Zealand’s vineyards will be impacted by changing climates.
On the Green Desk this week, Lilly Peacocke talks to Dr Ian Horner who is involved in a project to rescue Kauri from dieback disease in Northland.
On the Green Desk this week, Lilly Peacocke talks to Eithne Curran - the woman behind a sustainable shampoo venture.
On the Green Desk, Lilly Peacocke discusses new research that shows how whales are the trees of the ocena and could be a possible solution for climate change.
This week on the Green Desk, Lilly Peacocke talks to a group looking after Meola Creek since its inception in 2005.
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